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Emeril Lagasse
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Review: 'Emeril'

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Emeril Lagasse, the restaurateur who taught America to cook by throwing items into a pan and yelling "bam!," starts his network career with the burners on simmer. Lagasse's experience in front of the…

Tom Everett Scott, Kim Delaney
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Review: 'Philly'

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Two worlds butt heads in "Philly": the newfangled, life-on-the-edge law-firm drama propagated by David E. Kelley in "The Practice" and the oh-so-familiar hand-held single camera drama that bears the…

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Citizen Baines
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Review: 'Citizen Baines'

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Rare is the series pilot that consists solely of backstory. "Citizen Baines" uses its first on-air hour to show Elliott Baines (James Cromwell) lose the Senate seat he has held for three terms and…

Breckin Meyer
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Review: 'Inside Schwartz'

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The ads for "Inside Schwartz" bill it as a "comedy with imagination," which seems a strange, almost defensive way for NBC to promote a sitcom, admitting as it does the thoroughly unimaginative state…

Dana Delany, Martin Donovan
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Review: 'Pasadena'

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The most shallow family on TV lives in "Pasadena." Fox's soap opera-mystery hybrid is full of backstabbers, liars and fakes ... and everyone looks like a catalog model. But since "Dallas" and…

Mahershalalhashbaz Ali, Miguel Ferrer, Jill Hennessy,
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Review: 'Crossing Jordan'

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Jill Hennessy re-enters the series television world with an image far different from her deputy district attorney on "Law & Order." Stories shouldn't end as neatly as the one in the pilot -- Jordan's…

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